The Sochi Olympics by New York Times photo series gives people a different perspective of some of the most impressive moves spotted during the two week sporting event. Layering the images to create a frame by frame visual account of these unforgettable moments, it allows people to relive the games in a more detailed way.
Shot by renowned photographer Wilson Andrews, Larry Buchanan, Nancy Donaldson, Jon Huang, Bedel Saget, Archie Tse and Joe Ward, the Sochi Olympics by New York Times photo series captures such events as Mao Asada’s triple axel jump, Ted Ligety’s winning run that gave him the gold for the Men’s Giant Slalom, Joss Chritensen’s left double cork 1260, Li Jianrou’s cruise towards the gold for the women’s short-track speedskating and an extraordinary triple loop performed by Maxim Trankov and Tatiana Volosozhar.
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